Music business

Britney Spears Says She’s Scared of Music Business After 13 Years Under Conservatorship

In her last Instagram post on December 27, she explained how she was treated during those 13 years.

“I asked for 13 years to perform new songs and remixes of my old songs…I had two months off between shows for four years in Vegas…and every time I asked, I was told ‘No…’!!!!” Spears wrote.

“I guess it seems strange to most now why I don’t even make my music anymore…it’s just surface issues,” she added. “People have no idea the horrible things that have been done to me personally…and after what I’ve been through, I’m scared of people and the company!!!!”

Spears has released nine studio albums since her 1999 debut, “…Baby One More Time.” His last release was 2016’s “Glory”.

During court proceedings in her guardianship case, Spears, 40, told the judge that her father controlled her life, career and finances. She also accused her mother and sister of not helping her during this time.

“Honestly, my family has embarrassed and hurt me deeply,” Spears wrote in her post. “Thundering my own horn and seeing my past accomplishments reflect on me has really helped me.”

In another previous post, the Grammy winner proudly shared a list of her accomplishments in a since-deleted caption.

“I just realized this today guys… after what my family tried to do to me three years ago… I needed to be my own cheerleader,” she wrote with a video describing what appears to be a new lead. “God knows they weren’t… so I just read about myself and this is what I found… Multi-platinum, Grammy Award-winning pop icon Britney Spears is the one of the most successful and celebrated artists in pop history with nearly 100 million records sold worldwide.